Sep 15, 2019  
2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Community Programs for Americans with Disabilities (BS)


(no teacher certification)

Students may elect to major in special education without working for a teaching certificate. The program, Community Programs for Americans with Disabilities (CPAD) prepares professionals for a variety of community-based roles providing services for children and adults with disabilities. These roles include: case managers for intermediate care facilities, house managers for community residences, supervisors for sheltered workshops, and directors for community living arrangement programs. Students conclude the CPAD program with a 12-credit internship within a local community-based facility.

Community Programs for Americans with Disabilities Fact Sheet

 

Requirements for the Major - Credits: 33


Students may elect to major in special education without working for a teaching certificate. The program, Community Programs for Americans with Disabilities (CPAD) prepares professionals for a variety of community-based roles providing services for children and adults with disabilities. These roles include: case managers for intermediate care facilities, house managers for community residences, supervisors for sheltered workshops, and directors for community living arrangement programs. Students conclude the CPAD program with a 12-credit internship within a local community-based facility.

Degree Completion in Four Years


Completion Hours: 120

Freshman Year - Total Hours: 31


  • Liberal Studies - Credits: 14
  • ENGL 102 - Credits: 3

Junior Year - Total Hours: 32


  • Leisure/Rec Block - Credits: 9
  • Soc-Cultural Block - Credits: 8
  • Liberal Studies - Credits: 12

Senior Year - Total Hours: 27


  • Management Block - Credits: 6
  • Personal Develop Block - Credits: 9
  • Internship - Credits: 12